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mass customized learning: a glimpse into the k-6 experience

Central York School District's K-6 schools are customizing the learning experience for our students. Our faculty, staff and administrators want students to engage with learning, connect with classmates and teachers, and feel inspired to succeed socially, emotionally and academically throughout their Central Experience. 

What does this look like in our K-6 classrooms? Take a few minutes and see for yourselves how our teachers and schools are customizing learning at the K-6 level:


Mass Customized Learning: Grades 7-12. 

Whether it's self-paced learning or joining a student-run business, or participating in the High School's, "Apollo" Program, our secondary students have more voice and choice when it comes to their education than ever before.

Our faculty, staff and administrators work to provide learners in Grades 7-12 with a Central Experience that helps them succeed socially, emotionally and academically and that prepares them for post-secondary success. 

For a look at Mass Customized Learning in Grades 7-12, take a moment to view our video. We look forward to helping ALL learners make the most of their Central Experience!




CYHS girls' basketball game postponed due to weather forecast

The Jan. 19 CYHS Girls' Basketball Game at Lower Dauphin has been postponed until Jan. 31 due to the weather forecast for this weekend.

all cysd schools & offices have two-hour delay today, 1.18.19


All schools and offices in Central York School District are operating on a two-hour delay today, Friday, January 18, 2019.

This two-hour delayed start means that the early dismissal planned for today is now cancelled for all K-8 schools. High school students will still dismiss early, at 1:15PM, due to finals. Middle School students will be dismissed at 2:46 and K-6 students will be dismissed at 3:335PM like a normal school day dismissal.

All faculty & staff, including 12-month staff, should observe the delay.

important potential changes to schedules for friday, 1.18

PLEASE NOTE IMPORTANT POTENTIAL CHANGES TO SCHEDULES FOR ALL K-12 STUDENTS IN THE EVENT THAT WE MUST DELAY SCHOOL TOMORROW. 

Central York School District has a Teacher In-Service Half-Day with early dismissal for students planned for tomorrow, January 18, 2019.

If the District has to delay the start of school by two hours due to weather/travel conditions, the early dismissal will be cancelled for Grades K-8. 

The High School will still hold finals and dismiss early, but at 1:15PM.

Please see the specific details, below.

  • Central York High School
    • Finals will be held as planned.
    • High School students will be dismissed at 1:15PM. 
    • Lunches will not be served. Students who feel they may need it should bring a snack with them to school tomorrow. As always, bagged lunches are available for students who need to take a lunch with them at dismissal. 

  • Central York Middle School and All K-6 Schools Will Delay Two Hours & Dismiss at Same Time as a Normal School Day (2:46PM for CYMS and 3:35PM for K-6 Schools).
    • Students will not be dismissed early as originally planned on the school calendar.
    • K-8 Schools will dismiss at their normal times (2:46PM for Central York Middle School and 3:35PM for K-6 Schools).
    • Lunches will be provided as on a normal school day.

We will communicate any scheduled changes to all families via phone, Skyward, the District website and social media (Facebook/Twitter).

Update on Flexible Instructional Days 

The state Department of Education has extended Central York School District’s request to provide “Flexible Instructional Days” to our learners this school year. This means that on days when situations like winter weather or a building emergency require us to close our schools, we can provide instruction to our students at home rather than in the classroom (think “Cyber Snow Day.”) The state will count this as a full day of school and we will not have to make it up during the school year.

We are prepared for and planning to use these days during the 2018-2019 school year.  If winter weather forces a closure tomorrow, Friday, January 18, we will not be using a FID at that time.

Please stay tuned for additional communication about using a FID in the event that winter weather or an emergency forces us to close schools unexpectedly.

weather postponements for january 17, 2019

Due to tonight's forecasted snow, the following schedule changes are in effect for Central York School District.

Additional schedule changes, if any, will be posted as soon as they are received.

1) The ELL Family Night planned for this evening has been postponed. A new date will be announced as soon as it is determined.

2) The CYHS Wrestling matches at Red Lion will start earlier this evening. Central York Middle School will wrestle at 5:30PM and Central York High School will wrestle at 6:30PM.

3) The CYMS Ski Club evening at Ski Roundtop has been POSTPONED.  


Mass Customized Learning in Central york School District 

EcoThe Central York School District is customizing the learning experience for each and every one of our learners.

We invite you to learn more about Mass Customized Learning and what this could mean for the future of our learners and educators. We encourage to you to explore our MCL Website, Ecosystem and Blog and learn more about our vision for customizing the learning experience for ALL learners.

Click here to begin.

 

 

Customized Learning & The Apollo Program
at Central York High School





Central York High School's faculty, staff and administration are continuously striving to find ways to empower learners in Grades 9-12 with opportunities to customize their high school education experience.  Please take a moment to view the video included, above, and learn more about the opportunities provided to our students throughout their high school experience. 

 (Note: The video, above, was produced by Diemo Productions, co-owned by 2005 CYHS Alumnus Greg Timmons).  
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